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      Recap: 2020 Residential Ambassador Awards

      On Thursday, May 28, goDCgo held its third annual Residential Ambassador Awards ceremony -- virtually! Despite not being able to hold an in-person event this year, we were still able to put on a show and were happy to honor our newly recognized 2020 Residential Ambassadors (listed below).

      Our attendees were able to learn more about goDCgo and engage in an open forum to discuss current trends and forward-thinking initiatives that can help enhance residential transportation programs and sustainable amenities. We also hosted a couple fun trivia questions for the chance to win a gift card to Surfside in support of local DC businesses during this sensitive time. And for the first time, goDCgo premiered our first-ever residential success story video that you can watch here!

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      • 3003 Van Ness Apartments
      • Avec on H Street
      • Camden Grand Parc
      • Eaves Tunlaw Gardens
      • Edgewood Commons
      • Hendrix
      • Highline Union Market
      • Ora
      • Park Van Ness
      • Post Massachusetts Avenue
      • Rhode Island Row
      • The Blackbird
      • The Gale Eckington
      • The Hamilton House
      • The Kelvin
      • The Kenmore
      • The Residences at Eastern Market
      • The Summit at St. Martin's
      • The Westchester
      • The Wren
      • West Half

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      • 7th Flats
      • Capitol Park Plaza Apartments
      • Highbridge Apartments

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      • 3801 Connecticut Avenue Apartments
      • ame at Meridian Hill
      • Arcade Sunshine
      • South Cathedral Mansions
      • The Apollo
      • The Banks Apartments
      • The Batley
      • The Belgard

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      • The Lockwood
      • Novel South Capitol
      • Insignia on M

      Fortunately, we had the privilege of welcoming two special guest speakers. The first, Rachel MacCleery from the Urban Land Institute, enlightened us on how she helps build healthy, sustainable places across the US while highlighting adaptable transportation during the health crisis. Our second speaker, Rachel Karitis from TransitScreen, emphasized the importance of real-time information when it comes to using public transportation, especially during the public health crisis. She also graced us with a $3,000 raffle prize for one year of TransitScreen service to a lucky winner -- One Hill South, a Gold Level Ambassador!

      Rachel MacCleery

      Rachel MacCleery

      Rachel Karitis

      Rachel Karitis

      Thank you to all of our guests and ambassadors for supporting goDCgo and helping to create and sustain a greener DC. We look forward to recognizing even more of you next year! Until then, learn how you can receive or level up your Residential Ambassador designation to help your building stand out among other properties. Contact goDCgo today!


      WRITTEN BY: goDCgo

      goDCgo is an initiative of the District Department of Transportation (DDOT) that encourages the use of sustainable transportation. We provide complimentary transit resources and consulting services to DC organizations and commuters. Our goal serves to decrease traffic congestion, improve air quality and create a better quality of life in the DC area.

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